….better dinner than the Plaza, better breakfast than the Ritz, better beds than the Dorchester, better than my greatest hits…
“A taste of colonial India”
In the middle of a natural reserve, Reggie Singh has built a stunning and luxurious lodge reminiscent of colonial India. The very spacious and beautifully decorated rooms, make you feel like your in olden times; when the Maharaja’s ruled and the British had settled in India. If you are lucky, you will have the pleasure of meeting Reggie, the creator and owner of the hotel. He made our stay unforgettable with his hospitality, conversation and culture. If you are planning a trip to the area, don’t miss out.
“Beautiful gem hidden in the mountains”
I only stayed one night in Mountbatten Lodge but I would have loved staying a few more days. It is a great way to escape the usual chaos of bigger indian cities. The food and the service were excellent, especially the manager of the place.
The rooms are all beautifully decorated and homey. There are several outside pools, I myself had a private one, unfortunately it was too cold to try out but in the summer it should heat up.
Seeing as there are only 4 suites, you can ensure that you will find peace and quiet for a few days.
I even had the chance to go trekking through the mountains and an indian village with one of the staff. It was a great experience and a true breath of fresh air !
I highly recommend Moutbatten Lodge, you are sure to fall in love with this gem.
“Mountbatten Lodge – you will not be able to beat it.”
My husband and I stayed at this amazing Lodge for just two nights and we had the best experience that is possible to have. If you can only choose one place in your life to go and stay, this is where we would recommend you went. The staff led by Terence are second to none in their professionalism, the chef prepares meal after sumptuous meal and added to all of that the grounds and accommodation are lovingly created by Reggie to provide an ambiance that is difficult to match. The level of hospitality is unsurpassed. Thank you to the whole team for a wonderful stay. Stephen and Rosemarie.
“Excellence and Friendship”
Although we only stayed at the Mountbatten Lodge for 2 nights of our 2 week honeymoon in India in February, we departed feeling like we were leaving our family. The staff there is exceptional, from Terence the manager and great companion to Daulat, a man who guided us on treks around the area on horseback and on foot and always had the best smile. The owner, a legend in his own right, even waited for us to arrive to have lunch with us before he headed back to his other property. This place made us feel welcome AND important, and I haven’t even gotten to the luxurious accommodations yet. The rooms are private and well appointed with a historic hunting lodge feel, sheets (most important to me) are top notch. It was a bit too cold to try the swimming pool, but we loved hanging out with monkeys on our private terrace. We loved that they keep pet dogs on the property, as we were homesick for ours. This would be a great place to bring a group of friends for a fun celebration. I would love to see it in the summer when the jungle is in full swing!
“Extraordinarily Lavish Rooms”
This was selected by our agent TravelIn for a few days of R&R, well situated near Ranakpur and Kumbhalgarh, built in dark local stone which looked quite forbidding; but the suites (only four) were vast and beautifully furnished, luxury to the nth degree.
The chef produced the consistently best meals that we have had in 30 years of regular travel to India, all served in different locations around the estate by the omnipresent Mr Terence.
A personal project of Reggie Singh of the Jodhpur royal family, we were phoned by him on arrival and invited to family lunch on our last day.
Attention to detail everywhere. super luxury, must do specially if u want luxurious seclusion, love the peace and quiet and the tranquility.
lovely bar well stocked- had pimms which was a pleasant surprise
“A wonderful place!”
We stayed here between Christmas and new year. It I was one of the best places I have ever been. I felt at one with nature surrounded by the stunning landscape and birdsong. The rooms themselves are fantastic and I wIll never forgot the glow and atmosphere created by the log fire in our bedroom. The staff were excellent and made us feel very at home and the food was fantastic. The highlight for me was a hiking trip in the hills with one of the staff who was a local expert we climbed through villages, woods and open ground with spectacular views of the hills and valleys. It was a fantastic experience and I would like to have stayed longer.